Sony’s God of Conflict Studio is Hiring a Fight Designer With Information of God of Conflict and Ragnarok

Sony’s God of Conflict studio, Santa Monica Studio, is searching for a fight designer with information of each 2018’s God of Conflict and final 12 months’s sequel – God of Conflict Ragnarok.

Again in 2021, we reported that Sony’s first-party studio would possibly very effectively be engaged on an unannounced mission subsequent to the now-released God of Conflict: Ragnarok. Curiously, shortly after the discharge of 2018’s God of Conflict, Artistic Director Cory Barlog stated that he wished to create an all-new IP. No extra particulars about Santa Monica Studio’s upcoming mission have been revealed, however this freshly-spotted job itemizing for a fight designer on the studio would possibly counsel that no less than one staff is engaged on one thing God of Conflict-related, probably a sequel to Ragnarok.

“Santa Monica Studio is in search of a Fight Designer for the event of a brand new unannounced title”, the job advert reads. Now, whereas that is fairly broad, the itemizing additionally mentions one thing extra attention-grabbing – information of the studio’s most up-to-date God of Conflict titles. “Should have information of God of Conflict (2018) and God of Conflict Ragnarök (2022) and be capable of communicate in depth concerning the fight techniques, mechanics, and enemies.”

Fairly attention-grabbing for certain, and though this does not verify that the studio is definitely engaged on a brand new entry within the franchise, it will make sense given the super success of the earlier two entries and the income that each video games have generated for Sony – in 2018, it was reported that God of Conflict generated over $131 million in digital income alone. A 12 months later, it was reported that the title managed to generate over $500 million in income for Sony (bodily and digital). As lined late final 12 months, Ragnarok gross sales have already surpassed 5.1 million copies globally, then turning into Sony’s fastest-selling first-party launch title in PlayStation historical past. Some months in the past, Sony reported to have bought over 11 million copies of Ragnarok, including to the big success of the sport for Santa Monica Studio and Sony.

We’ll replace you as quickly as extra details about Sony’s Santa Monica Studio’s new mission is available in. What are your ideas? Is the studio engaged on one other installment within the collection? If that’s the case, what would be the setting? Egypt maybe? Hit the feedback under.

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